Richard Brunson

Associate Professor

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Dr. Richard Brunson currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin - Marshfield/Wood County campus where he conducts the Marshfield Symphony Orchestra, Marshfield Symphonic Band, the Concert Choir and teaches Freshman/Sophomore theory core classes, History of Rock and Music Appreciation.

Duties include: Music Director of the Marshfield Symphony Orchestra, Marshfield Symphonic Band and the UW - M/WC Concert Choir, teaching Music Theory, Music Appreciation, and Undergraduate Conducting.

Before coming to Marshfield, Dr. Brunson taught at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, UT. He was the founder and director of the Taylorsville Symphony Orchestra in Utah, and taught at Alta High School for eight years.

Dr. Brunson holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education, and a Masters of Music in Orchestral Conducting from Brigham Young University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. While in Las Vegas Dr. Brunson re-formed and conducted the Desert Spring Chamber Orchestra.


​Some Thoughts on The Pilgrim's Progress in the Ralph Vaughan Williams Journal

Doctoral Dissertation: The Pilgrim's Progress: Problems and Solutions for Performance


B.M. -- Brigham Young University, 1996

M.M. -- Brigham Young University, 1998

D.M.A. -- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2009